Teas of China From around the world

It is believed by many that tea growing and drinking began in China. Legend tells how in 2737BC Emperor Shen Nung was sitting beneath a Camellia tree when a few leaves dropped from the branches and landed in the water he was boiling. Tea has been synonymous with China ever since and China still remains one of the largest tea producing countries in the world.

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  The finest of Keemun grades. Grown in the hills of Anhui, this tea is carefully nurtur..
  The leaf is large and dark green. This tea has a bright yellow liquor, with a sweet an..
  Until late in the 19th Century, the Anhui Province of Eastern China solely produced Gr..
  A good neat Chinese black leaf. Has a bright infusion, with a deep and slightly nutty ..
  A good neat Chinese black leaf. Has a bright infusion, with a deep and slightly nutty ..
  From the lower hills of the Wuyi Mountain range of Fujian Province in Eastern China. T..
From the lower hills of the Wuyi Mountain range of Fujian Province in Eastern China. This fantast..
  A large folded green leaf similar looking to a Pouchong. Expertly made in the Anhui Pr..
  This is one of the finest teas produced in China. Manufactured in the Zhejiang Provinc..
  This is one of the finest teas produced in China. This particular tea of superior qual..
Green tea from the Hunan Province of Eastern China. The leaf is small, neat, and green with a lit..
  Oolong tea manufactured in the Fujian Province of China. This tea is named after the f..
  The leaf is similar to a Tie Kuan Yin in appearance, but is slightly more open. The li..
  Pai Mu Tan (White Peony) is produced in the Fujian Province of Eastern China. During t..
  Aged black tea from the Yunnan province in China. Has a rich and dark flavour, and a d..
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